Offers due 1/22 5pm. Many buyers of close-in DC townhomes aren~t aware that their front yards are technically owned by the city. It was mapped out that way originally for the right of utility easement and/or the right to widen the roads, but that isn~t a possibility any longer. Most close-in front bays and porches actually sit on DC property. Due to this ~set-back~, owners of end-row (corner) homes, (less than a tenth of the stock), enjoy huge lots because the set-back obviously exists on both streets.Can~t build on it, BUT YOU CAN Make America Green Again! Side-Lot, DC owns it but loans it to you, long as you like, tax-free, you'll see, you veggie-growing, leaf-blowing, lawn-mowing, bike stowing, ball-spiking on a tot-lot, chip-shotting in a hot house, hyper-central spot, a big corner off H-St's strip, fashioned with passion by Rainbow Properties joining form and function with a stunning complexion, injections of light in every direction. Deeeeep first floor, 2 upper suites, the rear one with private deck. 3rd bedroom = office/nursery.